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Fraudulent Job Offers

Subscribers have been calling because of questions from depositors about Internet offers of jobs that consist of negotiating checks. A company, usually in a foreign country, says it needs to collect invoices in the U.S. and offers anywhere from 5% to 15% for a person to take the checks and run them through their account and wire the funds out. These offers are frauds. The checks are counterfeit. They can be reported to the Internet Crime Complaint Center at the FBI at www.ic3.gov

Copyright © 2005 Bankers' Hotline. Originally appeared in Bankers' Hotline, Vol. 15, No. 7, 7/05

First published on 07/01/2005

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